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... south somewhere. We also want to get some anti-sway bars put on the RV. We filled up the gas, propane, and water and headed south on Hwy 2 to the International Peace Gardens between Manitoba and North Dakota. We made a lunch stop on the way at Boissevain, Manitoba where Ken grew up and lived for about 10 years and attended elementary and high school. Now we really feel old as that was 40+ years ago! We then crossed the border ...
... I am not really hungry myself and since we still need gas, maybe we should just leave coffee and food until later on down the road.” Jim is agreeable to this so I program GyPSy for Winnipeg and start on down the road in search of a gas station to fill the tank before we hit the highway. There is a Shell on our side of the road and it is as good a place as any to fill up.
We settle in to our seats. The weather is cool and cloudy today. This ...
... We are on the quicker road for the trip back and there is not a lot of traffic. As we drive I notice a beautiful red sunset so I ask Jim to pullover so I can try and take a photo. “Red sky at night, sailor’s delight!” I recite from a poem I once heard. “That’s what they say,” Jim tells me. I wonder if this means we will have great weather for the beginning of the rest of our adventure tomorrow? I guess we will have to wait and ...
... to the main station area and headed out to explore this desert city.
I headed out into the street at the end of the station to what i thought was the city end but once into the street it seemed rather bleak and more like a kind of industrial or office block area with not very much of any interest at all.
I then went back into the wonderful station building and headed for the exit at the other end. Out here was a nice green grass park with ...
... 1717 the Hudson's Bay Company built the first permanent settlement here for fur trading.
Starting in the 1980s, the town developed a sizable tourism industry focused on the migration habits of the polar bear. Tourists can safely view polar bears from specially modified buses known as tundra buggies. October and early November ...